Bordeaux seems to be an attractive location to work if your name is Noelia. However, it does make lab life a little complicated. This picture should help everyone identify which Noelia we are talking about.
We are really pleased to welcome Ana and Noelia to the ECOFUN team for the next few months. They will be helping us on the SOLCA project extracting soil waters and assessing microbial biomass on soils coming in from all
Our smiley Noelia will soon be heading North to Sweden for her first boreal winter⛄️ Noelia will start a PhD in SLU partitioning the hydrological budget of a boreal catchment. We will miss her in the lab playing with Medusa
Work placement position in ecosystem-atmosphere interactions We are currently looking for a motivated lab assistant to work on an experiment studying how soil and environmental characteristics influence soil microbial community and their gas exchange with the atmosphere. The lab assistant
Thomas Sajus joins us for the next 11 weeks to conduct a small project that will contribute to his engineering diploma. He will be hanging out with Steve in the lab developing and testing a new manifold and user interface
Natalia comes from the University of Valladolid where she graduated in Technical Forest Engineering. She is now preparing a Master in Forest Engineering. She joined the EcoFun team for her Master thesis on the adaptation of forest tree species to
Yann Cochet joins the team for his Masters 2 research project studying leaf internal CO2 conductance. Here’s hoping Yann has green fingers!
Eun Hea Jho a.k.a. Grace joins the lab for the next couple of months through a collaborative exchange program intiated via the ERC with South Korea. Grace will be learning more about how we measure soil gas exchange in the
Professor Jason West, from Texas A&M University has just arrived in our group for a one year sabbatical. He will work with us on non-stomatal limitations during photosynthesis in different plant species. Welcome!
Aurore Kaisermann has just joined the EcoFun team to work as a postdoctoral fellow on the ERC project SOLCA. She will be investigating the relationships between soil carbonic anhydrase activity and soil microbial population size and diversity. Welcome!